A Chronetic Memory by Kim K. O’Hara (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)

A Chroenietc Memory

Title: A Chronetic Memory

Author: Kim K. O’Hara

Published Date: August 25th 2014

Genre:   Sci Fi

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

The science of chronography is just a few years old, but the promising explorations have become mired in politics and greed. When seven-year-old Jored Wallace goes missing, only one person, chronography intern Danarin Adams, realizes he’s gone. Soon she finds out that Jored’s disappearance is only the first of many timestream disturbances. Who can she trust to help her set things right?

 

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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***
I stand to be corrected if wrong, but I believe the author has come up with something original in science fiction – – the suggestion that inanimate objects absorb details of events near their location. Not only that, it is possible to access those memories and so the Research Institute of Anthropology & Chronographic History (RIACH)  is formed to investigate and compile a record. Obvious uses include straight historical research and crime solving. Unfortunately there is a big snag (only discovered rather late) – the timeline can be corrupted by recording the events displayed. This forms the basis of an extremely well written and well thought out story that I advise you to read.

 

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